Category Archives: Designer Spotlight

Anna Campbell Armadale Boutique Launch

It was quite an honour to be invited to share in the special event that was Anna Campbell‘s opening of her second bridal boutique in Melbourne’s highly coveted High Street, Armadale. The bright, young designer has certainly added her touch to this beautiful store.

Anna Campbell Armadale boutique opening

The Boutique

The boutique felt so warm and welcoming, and upon meeting with Anna and speaking with her, you understand why. She brings so much of herself to this boutique, with every detail so carefully handpicked and considered. The chandeliers add such ambiance to the room, really highlighting the stunning high ceilings and romantic feel of the room. The special personal touches of Anna’s sketches adorn the walls, with beautiful handmade mood boards with magazine cutouts, lace and beading.

The Victorian style is carried through to the back of the boutique with large free standing mirrors, large spacious changing rooms and Victorian style chairs. Read the rest of this entry

Designer Spotlight: Pallas Couture “Fantasia”

You guys have been absolutely loving Pallas Couture of late…So I know you’re just going to love this too!

Sneak peek from Pallas Couture’s shoot in the USA with Sheridyn Fisher modelling their “Fantasia” gown.

Vera Wang opens in Sydney

Exciting news this week with Vera Wang opening a long awaited store in Sydney! The boutique is located in the InterContinental Hotel on Macquarie Street in Sydney, and no doubt will have bride-to-be’s flocking from across the country to make an appointment.

Images sourced via The Social Diary and The Knot

You might remember my post earlier this year featuring Vera Wang’s new collection, with a heavy emphasis on the big and bold colour red the theme of the collection, inspired by the Paris Opera. The Spring/Summer ’12 bridal collection is in-store now and was previewed for the star studded launch.

Brides will also be treated to a twice-yearly Vera Wang trunk show, to be held in-store every May and November. As well the designers well known gowns, the boutique includes shoes, accessories, fragrance and highlights from Wedgewood homewares line.

This beautiful black gown is among many to be featured in the flagship store which are part of the designers Autumn-Winter collection, modeled by Ines English.

The store is aimed at gaining a share of the bullish Australian wedding industry, which is worth $4.3 billion each year according to the business information company IBISWorld. [Credit: Herald Sun]